For Christmas table #4 from last year, we're eating in the kitchen.
Of course to truly eat in the kitchen and have the kitchen looking like this, we'd have to have the meal catered.
This mid-century china pattern is called Dwarf Pine.
I think it's fabulous! There's such a modern Asian look to it.
Those pretty glasses with white Christmas trees came from Goodwill. I have five sets of vintage and not so vintage Christmas glasses that all came from Goodwill and love to use them. Even Arby's Currier & Ives glasses look great with the right table setting.
Thin white French bouillon cups were the only other china as I didn't want to hide the pretty pink plates.
White snow sprayed on dwarf pine from our yard made a nice centerpiece with white Christmas trees.
Setting a fancy Christmas table in the kitchen does work, eating a home cooked meal in there at the same time is not as easy.
I hope you've enjoyed my recap of the 4 Christmas tables I created for one post at Across the Way last year. R.H. and I worked our tails off on that one so maybe you'll forgive me for wanting to post the pictures again.
Now, to end this post I must include a picture of Nora that our son sent me. When you see it, you'll understand why this one had to appear on Mimi's blog.